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Daewoo G25E-3 throttle & tranny issues

Discussion in 'Forklifts/Telehandlers' started by Newguy, Jan 18, 2020.

  1. Newguy

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    Hi everyone,

    I am working on a 2004 Daweoo G25E-3 with a Mitsubishi G424E engine, S/N: G9-00159 LP ( Propane), when i first got the machine the engine was not running and i was told by the previous owners also that it had a little transmission concern before she quit running.
    I checked for codes using the ACC pedal and found error codes (26, 36, 16, 92,62,81) once i cleared them the engine starts fine now but there's no pedal whatsoever, i checked again and found only 3 codes of the originals (26, 62, 92) which i did clear them many times and they will always return and still there's no pedal, the Acc position sensor connector have been cut off and the engine harness as well and someone had reconnected them very poorly, can someone tell me if there's a way to test the acc position sensor before i have to call it shot and order a new one? the local dealer wants around $900 + for the pedal assembly.

    Any suggestions will be highly appreciated.
    Thank you.






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